Human head and neck Superior auricular ligament

Anp answer Key Page 5 Sacral canalAnp answer Key Page 5 Sacral canal
Superior auricular ligament
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Chapter 7 The Skeleton: Part 1Chapter 7 The Skeleton: Part 1
Four sutures mark articulations of parietal bones with frontal, occipital, and temporal bones. Superior auricular ligament
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Human Anatomy, 4th Edition McKinley & O\Human Anatomy, 4th Edition McKinley & O'Loughlin Chapter 13 Lecture Outline
A branch of gross anatomy that examines shapes and markings on the surface of the body as they relate to deeper structures. Superior auricular ligament
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Practical #2 muscular systemPractical #2 muscular system
You are expected to be able to identify these muscles on the models. Cadavers may be used in your lab to assist your learning – however, cadavers will not be on the practical exam. Superior auricular ligament
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Structures to know for Practical 4Structures to know for Practical 4
Structures to know for Practical Be able to identify all of these structures on all of the bodies. You will be responsible for left and right. M=muscle, N=nerve, A=artery, V=vein, L=ligament, T=tendon. Superior auricular ligament
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Muscular systemMuscular system
You are expected to be able to identify these muscles on the models. Cadavers may be used in your lab to assist your learning – however, cadavers will not be on the practical exam. Superior auricular ligament
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